The Cleveland Browns play the Dolphins in a Week 10 matchup and if these three players can step and play well then, the team will have a shot at the victory
There will be plenty of things to watch for on Sunday when the Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins do battle down in sunny Florida including several Browns that will play a big part in the game plan.
Cleveland had their bye week and is rested and ready to get back into playoff contention. The Dolphins are riding a three-game win streak so it will be a difficult task for Cleveland to get the win but if these three players show up and play well then, they could get the W.
3 Cleveland Browns players to watch in Week 10 against Miami Dolphins
No. 3: Kareem Hunt, RB
Kareem Hunt has been the topic of several discussions involving trades up until the deadline. Prior to the season, Hunt made a request to sign an extension with the Browns.
However, Cleveland didn’t feel the urge to sign him and has rather chosen to let him play out his contract this season — and that was when he requested to be traded. But the team continued to ignore the request. So, this entire season there has been speculation on if Hunt would be moved by the time the NFL trade deadline hit on November 1st.
Last week, we had that trade deadline come and go and while the Browns took some phone calls with interest for Hunt, they decided to keep the back. So, Hunt is still on the roster and that’s welcome news to several of his teammates, including his counterpart and running mate Nick Chubb. He shared his happiness with the Browns keeping Hunt in the mix the rest of the year as he described him as his best friend.
The Browns have one of the better running back duos in the league right now and that can continue now that Hunt hasn’t been traded. Now the former rushing leader in the 2017 NFL season can now concentrate on doing all he can to help his Cleveland team win games.
He’s had a decent season to this point and in this next match-up with the Dolphins they will certainly be concentrating on stopping the Browns’ run game. Despite that and hopefully, with a renewed spirit, Hunt can play some of his best football.